Saudi Arabia qualify for the World Cup Russia 2018 with a historic victory over Japan
Saudi Arabia qualified for the World Cup in 2018 after finishing second in Group B with 19 points, behind Japan, who maintained their lead by 20 points despite the defeat, which settled their qualification from the last round, winning a 2-0 victory over Australia.

Saudi Arabia qualified for the World Cup for the first time since its participation in the 2006 World Cup in Germany, joining seven qualifying teams - Russia, Brazil, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Mexico and Belgium.

The Saudi national team qualified for the 2018 World Cup finals in Japan in the final round of the second group of Asian qualifiers.

The only goal of the green Saudi through the star Fahd born of a shot from inside the penalty area, to give his country the transit card for the World Cup directly, without the need to fight the supplement.

Saudi Arabia's victory over Japan led Australia to third place with 19 points and a goal difference from Saudi Arabia to play against the Syrian team, who made history, and finished third in Group A after a 2-2 draw against Iran.

The winners from Australia and Syria are expected to qualify for fourth place in the CONCACAF qualifiers (North America).

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